Posts Tagged ‘Vietnam War’

 
 

‘Reality violence’ on TV news: it began with Vietnam

McCleneghan, J.S. (2002). ‘Reality violence’ on TV news: it began with Vietnam. The Social Science Journal.
This article  (‘Reality violence’ on the tv news: it began with Vietnam) explains why the Vietnam-war  is considered the first ‘tv-war’. The authors describe, with the use of a timeline, the impact the Vietnam-war had on television and how warreporting on television [...]

The uncensored war

Hallin, D.C. (1986). The uncensored war. New York: Oxford University Press.
The book The uncensored war describes the Vietnam war and the role that media played during this war. The evolution of the war and how the media report this war, is carefully described. This book is not only important because of the history of the Vietnam war, [...]

Author: Eva Dekker
Posted on: November 12, 2010

The media, the war in Vietnam, and political support: a critique of the thesis of an oppositional media

Hallin, D.C. (1984). The media, the war in Vietnam, and political support: a critique of the thesis of an oppositional media. The Journal of Politics.
The article The media, the war in Vietnam, and political support: a critique of the thesis of an oppositional media discusses the mediashift that took place between 1960’s and 1970’s during the Vietnam-war. [...]

Author: Eva Dekker
Posted on: November 12, 2010